SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (June, 2016) – After serving as Vice-Chair of the Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center (WBC) for the past year, Jodi Holmgren of Durham Jones & Pinegar (D|J|P) assumes responsibilities as Chairperson of the non-profit later this month. Holmgren serves as Director of Business Development and Marketing for D|J|P, a leading law firm in Utah and Nevada.
The Women’s Business Center (WBC) supports business development and job creation in Utah by delivering quality no-cost business consulting and mentoring, low-cost professional training and premier networking opportunities to entrepreneurs throughout the state.
As a 4th generation entrepreneur herself, Holmgren brings a unique perspective to her leadership position with the WBC, including 25-years of experience in marketing and public relations. In her roll with Durham Jones & Pinegar, she is very involved in supporting entrepreneurship in the State.
With a passion for mentoring and serving others, Jodi has dedicated many years to empowering entrepreneurs, the disabled and women diagnosed with breast cancer. She takes great pride in being an active supporter of Hill Air Force Base and was honored as Community Wingman. Earlier this year, she was a recipient of the Salt Lake Chamber’s Pathfinder Award at the annual Athena luncheon.
ABOUT THE WBC
The WBC is a Non-Profit at the Salt Lake Chamber Supporting Entrepreneurial Success. It empowers women through resources and support, so they can discover new opportunities, enjoy their entrepreneurial creations, and experience the success and freedom they desire.
The Women’s Business Center (WBC) is one of a national network of nearly 100 centers supported by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and is designed to assist women in starting and growing small businesses. However, unlike many other centers, the WBC operates as a separate non-profit organization within the Salt Lake Chamber, allowing it access to a unique set of tools and resources to aid entrepreneurs.